Dr. Curtis offers the full scope of oral and maxillofacial surgery to patients of all ages. We can diagnose and treat facial trauma and pathology, as well as perform jaw surgery and bone grafting procedures. We also offer a variety of anesthesia options to make you feel comfortable. When it comes to oral and maxillofacial surgery, Upstate Oral Surgery & Dental Implants is the practice you can rely on.

Dental Implants

Dental implants are a permanent tooth replacement option that can be used to replace one or more missing teeth with a natural-looking, functioning tooth.

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Wisdom Teeth Removal

It is often recommended by dental professionals to remove wisdom teeth early to avoid costly and painful health problems from arising, such as impaction.

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Full-Arch Restoration

Our practice utilizes full-arch restoration to restore an entire arch of teeth with as few as 4 dental implant posts, so you can smile and eat with confidence.

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Jaw Surgery

Orthognathic surgery, or jaw surgery, is needed when the jaws don’t meet correctly or the teeth don’t seem to fit. It can also improve facial structure and appearance.

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BOTOX is a purified protein that is injected into the skin to relax the facial muscles and decrease the appearance of wrinkles or frown lines.

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Tooth Extraction

If a damaged or decayed tooth is unable to be saved by other means, it may need to be extracted to protect the health of the remaining teeth inside the mouth.

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Tooth Replacement Options

Our practice offers many replacement solutions for patients who have experienced bone loss or dental shifting in the mouth from missing teeth to provide a new, healthy smile.

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Facial Trauma

Dr. Curtis is specially trained and uniquely qualified to assess and treat facial trauma injuries caused by a variety of factors that affect the structure of the face, teeth, mouth, and neck.

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Pre-Prosthetic Surgery

If you will receive dentures in the future, pre-prosthetic surgery can be performed to ensure your dentures won’t slide around or sit uncomfortably in your mouth.

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Bone Grafting

If an implant site in the mouth has an inadequate or damaged bone structure, a bone graft can be used to promote bone growth in that area and ensure a stable implant site.

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TMJ Treatment

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the most used joint in the body located in front of the ear and can cause pain and limited mouth abilities when it is not functioning properly.

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Treatment of Sleep Apnea

If your sleep apnea condition is severe or not improving, surgical intervention may be the most effective treatment method to ensure you are breathing and sleeping properly.

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Impacted Canines

Oral surgeons and orthodontists work together to help an impacted tooth, such as a canine, emerge into the dental arch with a procedure called expose and bond.

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Oral Pathology

The lining of the mouth is typically smooth and coral pink in color. Any deviations to this could indicate the presence of an oral pathology or oral cancer and may require a biopsy.

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